On 9/13/07, Colin Walters <walters(a)redhat.com> wrote:
On 9/13/07, Jeff Spaleta <jspaleta(a)gmail.com> wrote:
> Her usage patterns are pretty much dead on target for "home desktop."
> Picasa isn't going away until f-spot grows some brains concerning
> integration with Kodak's easy share gallery service. I'm not
> suggestioning that using autofs is the smartest thing to deal with
> this situation. How would you deal with it in an autofs-less setup
> using a home network storage location that must work well with
Doesn't gnomevfs support cifs? I haven't tried though, honestly.
But in any case, my opinion on most network file systems is they'd be
better replaced by rsync+cron possibly +inotify trigger.
okay I just threw up a little in my mouth reading this.
That might work for a single user, but what about a family of users
that want to share photos? If anything I would suggest a webdav
enabled svn repo than rsync+cron. Drag and drop data, instant
revision control. With some ldap and apache magic you can get user
privileges refined as well.